MotoGP » Casey Stoner: I’ll be at Valencia


“I can't ask for a better way to end my career in Australia, but at the same time I'm not finishing here” – Casey Stoner.

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46cult - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 7:57 PM

Right BGK. Stoner never straight talks about Rossi!

"He should (stay with Ducati) and stop writing things like 'let's stick together' on his helmet," Stoner said. "The amount of times that guy has had to eat his words is not funny but people still forgive him for it."

"Valentino obviously doesn't what to push limits and ride a bike that is not perfect, he has admitted that," Stoner said. "And unfortunately if he's had a bike that is that good in Yamaha and hasn't had to push when the bike is not perfect, then God knows how good that bike is."

I've never read that Pedrosa would be dumped in favor of Marquez. Pedrosa is a proven race winner, you don't replace someone like that with an unknown, unless you're Honda :-)

benito - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 8:04 PM

@CRT
I want miss mr.Stoner. Cause:1 He's not mentaly mature, hes agressive to other riders, 2:He thinks that he's special, not like rider but as a person! and also he had rossifobia as all rivals have like biaggi sete, cause he knows that he cant reach what valentino did! And when he'll be as god as a person as a rider he is, i will miss him. Like i miss Biaggi's times now!

CRT - Unregistered

October 30, 2012 8:34 PM

@ benito

So you personally know Casey Stoner? You must with those "factually" based comments.

Does Stoner know you are on the internet pouring out his deepest secrets?

What's funny is I can take your comments about Stoner and say the exact same thing about Rossi. And I would be just as correct as you are.

dacron

October 30, 2012 9:57 PM

@It's obvious...Casey, Jorge and certain section of media, like Steve Parrish and Mat Oxley r just finding it nice to kick the man when he's down. Jorge finds Casey the most talented and Casey has the utmost respect for Jorge..thankfully Dani is real..
Posted by Boner - Unregistered (6 hours ago)
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haha , yep dan is real , like jlo , only 3 days ago pedro was asked by spanish media who he thinks is the most tallented rider in gp.
yep you guessed it , stoner.

AUSSIE66

October 30, 2012 9:59 PM

After being at the Island on the week end ,I still can not believe he is retiring, watching him thrash the f#*k out of the Honda, topping the time sheets every session, coming back after a crash in qualifying and getting pole, its going to be a long time before we get another Aussie in mottoGP.Thanks for the memories Casey.Well done Jorge a worthy champion.Bad luck Dani greatness comes to those who wait.Thanks to mottoGP family for a memorable weekend,you people in europe are so lucky to experience this event every second weekend.

Pam

October 30, 2012 10:04 PM

It is a bummer Aussie. There were times it looked like Stoner was back on the Ducati, the way it was bucking, shaking and sliding around. That guy is bad a$$ on a bike.

dacron

October 30, 2012 10:12 PM

a lot of people blame the 800cc bikes for boring racing.
thing is , is it coincidence that when casey threw his leg over his first works bike that it just happened to be the first 800cc!.
it was at this time casey pushed the pace bar over the red line and was winning by very large margins , only a couple of people managed to lift there game enough to get to this new level , this is the time the fans started the motogp is boring campain , simply because no longer was anyone in for a chance to win , it was down to a few riders and even with the new 1000cc bikes nothing has changed , its still only a few riders capable of riding at this red line pace.
like stoner or hate stoner , he only did his best , sadly for fans and dorna it was too fast a pace for 85% of the grid.

Pam

October 30, 2012 10:35 PM

I don't know Dacron. I was just looking at race wins for the last 10 years. In the early and mid 2000's it was the Rossi show. I don't have the percentages, but he must won 80 percent of the races in a year. 2006 was wide open and oddly considered by many one of the worst years ever. And since then, no single rider has really dominated the win tally, it's been the 4 bigs. Take a look.

Mike McInerney

October 30, 2012 11:21 PM

It would be nice that on the Monday after Valencis that Casey Stoner was afforded the opportunity to do a few laps on Jorge's Yamaha.

I know it will never happen but it wouuld be intriguing to find out the differences in Bike Balance .

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